Women's World Cycle Tour

Published: 21 July 2021

More than 100 of the world’s top female cyclists will race into Banbury on Monday 4 October for a power-packed finish to the opening stage of this year’s Women’s Tour.
It will be the first time Banbury has hosted the prestigious event that attracts riders from around the world.
The stage will start in Bicester and the riders will complete a gruelling course around Oxfordshire before sprinting past The Cross to the finishing line.
The Women’s Tour is Britain’s longest-running professional female cycle race and part of the prestigious UCI Women’s World Tour series.
Pic caption. On Wednesday July 21, riders from Banbury Star Cyclists’ Club and Team Cherwell met at Banbury Cross with the chairman of Oxfordshire County Council John Howson to celebrate the official release of the race details.